I'll Show Them... I'll Invent Superman!
- Biker Chicks Tier List. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1591151119
- Canadian Heritage Minutes
- YouTube playlist of Heritage Minutes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCWANopglXI&list=PL1848FF9428CA9A4A
- List of Heritage Minutes on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heritage_Minutes
- What are your tips for collaborating with people with a higher or lower skill level than you?
- Are we allowed to talk yet about how for decades all 3D games were incredibly ugly
- The website I build in high school & college is lost to the ages, or: how to reconstruct memories of your past without external records
- The lost Willie Brown records
- Being a playable character in Frog Fractions 2.
- Ranking every Biker Chick from worst to best.
- Regretting not having more Canadian Lords on the show.
- Still making your TV PSAs even though nobody watches TV any more.
- The big robotic articulating arm on the space shuttles.
- That time Quebec was going to quit Canada.
- A group shot with one teen of every ethnicity and gender configuration.
- Reenacting the time someone told the creator of Superman that nobody will care about Superman.
- Canada's revolting safety PSAs.
- Hanging maple syrup for treason.
- The biggest man-made explosion prior to the invention of nuclear weapons.
- Celebrating the people who people who became successful after leaving your country.
- Trading on the low-key anti-Americanism that is part of the Canadian national identity.
- Taking a 45 minute break to worship the military.
- Deciding that an idea is important and jamming it into the brain of millions of people.
- Doing your best to enjoy yourself even though you are the worst musician at this particular jam session.
- The high pressure world of game jamming.
- The anxiety of waiting to be picked for a sports team.
- Trusting your collaborators.
- Not being a mentor so much as a friend who is around to answer questions.
- Feeling like you failed your tutoring student but he was pleased and passed his course, so probably it was fine.
- The ongoing war between R programmers and Python programmers.
- Making your favorite programming language tolerable by totally replacing the syntax.
- The smoke effect in Super Mario 64 looking like the MS Paint graffiti tool.
- Goldeneye slappy hands.
- The difficulty of going back to the video games of the Ugly Period.
- Playing old video games on an unreasonably large CRT TV that you can't move by yourself.
- Using modern technology to remove the texture filtering from Nintendo 64 games.
- Conditioning gamers to desire the next step in graphical realism.
- An epic story with three CDs full of cutscenes.
- The old movie connoisseurs who want to see only the best examples of terrible stilted 1940s acting.
- Making a video game in the mid 00s and having to support both SD and HD aspect ratios.
- Moving your web site from Geocities to a cooler hosting provider in France who then stops hosting web sites because of a change in French law.
- A gap in your personal history where no written records exist because they were on the early internet.
- Letting a web site expire because you built it on old technology that your hosting provider now charges extra to support.
- A government form asking you to remember every place you've lived for the past fifteen years.
- The threshold for memory sticking.
- What we would do with our missing histories if we had them.
- Allowing yourself to remember a period in your life and then putting it in deep storage.
- The object as a record of a moment.
- Dredging the river near the defunct Paramount Records factory in Wisconsin, in hopes of finding pre-war blues records.
- Old blues music now being exclusively the province of rich white boomers.
- Writing and recording a fake Willie Brown song to prank record collectors.
- Recording blues albums so you can sell phonograph cabinets to Black folks who can finally afford nice things.
- Your record company being unable to obtain shellac during World War 2, so you go back to making chairs.
- Training a neural network on old blues records to recreate a song using the single shard of the shattered shellac record you found.
- Finding shards of different shattered shellac records that happen to fit together, and mashing them up.
- Digitizing LPs by putting them on a flatbed scanner.
- That time a news broadcast showed the QR code of someone's Bitcoin wallet on screen and someone immediately emptied it.
- Cutting a new key based on a photograph of someone's key ring, when it's way easier to just break a window.
- Recovering ancient room ambience by analyzing the striation on ancient pottery.
- Breaking a code by beating the decryption key out of somebody and not having to read any cryptanalysis white papers.
- Putting fake information about yourself on Spokeo as part of your personal ARG.
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